Jonathan Randles, former city and county beat reporter for The Signal newspaper, has joined the new Los Angeles staff of Law360, an online publication for business lawyers.
Law360, founded in New York in 2003, announced Thursday it has opened bureaus in Los Angeles and Chicago. The Los Angeles office is located inside the Los Angeles County Superior Court building, spokesman Zachery Kouwe said.
Joining Randles in Los Angeles is Zach Winnick, a New York University Law School graduate who was admitted to the bar in both New York and California. Law360 veteran Megan Stride holds down the Chicago office.
“We are always looking for qualified talent and these three individuals will make a huge impact on our ability to report major legal developments across the country,” said Law360 Co-founder Magnus Hoglund.
With offices in New York, Washington D.C. and Wilmington, Del., Law360 is a fast-growing publisher of news and data for litigators, covering late-breaking news on high-stakes litigation across every spectrum of business law.
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